Gone with the Wind

1939

Action / Drama / History / Romance / War

205
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 95%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 93%
IMDb Rating 8.2 10 264520

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Cast

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett - Their Daughter
Clark Gable as Rhett Butler - Visitor from Charleston
Olivia de Havilland as Melanie Hamilton - Their Cousin
George Reeves as Brent Tarleton - Scarlett's Beau
720p.BLU
1.46 GB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
3hr 58 min
P/S 9 / 191

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paskuniag-584-890551 9 / 10

Like the film? Read the book.

I've seen the film many times, have always enjoyed it. But I've been reading the book for the first time. It's a very long novel, and you have to stay with it if you want to see the ending. It's a good read, but Margaret Mitchell, former newspaper reporter, is very thorough in her description of both Southern culture and the changes that the Civil War brought to it. It's the size of the book that was the biggest challenge for David O Selznick. Not what parts to film, but which parts to leave out. So many characters that appeared in the book couldn't be introduced in the movie without extending the film's length to well over four hours. So he had Sidney Howard write the screenplay, then cut that down to a filmable length by hiring several more writers to further pare the script, and was still rewriting it himself while it was being filmed. Selznick was close to running out of money, so he asked his angel, millionaire Jock Whitney, to loan him enough to finish the film. The film was finally completed and edited, then was test-marketed at a theatre not far from LA. The viewers were excited about having seen it and said so on their preview cards, which allowed Selznick to rest easy, knowing he had a hit on his hands.

Reviewed by kz917-1 5 / 10

Rotten Georgia Peach

Jeepers! What awful characters.

Four hours of death, trickery, and lust for someone else's husband.

Ugh.. A classic is may be, but not my cup of tea!

Reviewed by Asif Kazi 10 / 10

After all Tomorrow is Another Day! Tenacious South!

I am not going to write a review in a classical sense of things. this is a film which should better be watched than reviewed one thing i would like to say is that our hearts are very silly part of body we don't know the importance of people around us but we focus on some abstract ideal being who only lives in our mind. Human being is actually flawed creature, it is violent selfish and at the same time kind and compassionate animal that is beauty of film till the end you will never figure out who is hero who is villain.

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